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Total Training - Microsoft Visual Studio 2008: Essentials - Featuring Windows Forms

Total Training - Microsoft Visual Studio 2008: Essentials - Featuring Windows Forms | 1GB
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These self-guided lessons from Total Training help you increase your knowledge and understanding of Visual Studio. Whether you are looking to stay competitive or just keep up to date on the latest Microsoft technology, Microsoft expert Asli Bilgin shows you just how it's done. With lessons on the basics of Visual Studio, to more advanced techniques on setting up Windows Forms, this series is just what you need to learn all about Visual Studio fast!
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